Review Quiz #3 for Chapter 19

Review Quiz #3 for Chapter 19



1. Aeneas carries, from Troy to Rome... a. Trojan household Gods
b. Gods of the Eternal Flame of Rome
c. the Gods that will become Roman Gods
d. The Vesta, the flame of the Hearth
e. all of the above



2. When Aeneas must fight, he... a. is passive
b. rages
c. expresses his anger by laments to the Gods
d. is irresponsible
e. all of the above



3. Turnus is NOT... a. Aeneas' brother
b. Aeneas' opponent
c. the killer of Pallus
d. the defiler of Pallas' body
e. a warrior who equates glory with body count



4. When Aeneas confronts Helen, he... a. kills her in a rage
b. abducts her
c. desires her
d. tempers his desire to kill her
e. all of the above



5. Helen was... a. Aeneas' mother
b. the Queen of Rome
c. the woman's whose abduction by Paris started the Trojan War
d. the sister of Dido, who destroyed Carthage
e. the Queen of the Amazons, who Aeneas tricked out of the Golden Fleece



6. Aeneas' wife, Creusa... a. is killed by Greek soldiers
b. urges him to remarry and found Rome after her death
c. not saved by Aeneas, when he rescued his son and his father
d. is a role model for the dutiful Roman woman
e. all of the above



7. When Aeneas meets his wife in the Underworld he... a. tries to embrace her three times
b. is chastised by her
c. does not recognize her
d. refuses to talk to her
e. all of the above



8. When Aeneas weds the Latin princess, Lavinia... a. she is hostile
b. her engagement to Turnus is broken
c. he cements a bond between Rome and the Trojans
d. her mother disapproves of the proceedings
e. all of the above



9. The Goddess Venus functions in the narrative in the Aeneid as... a. Aeneas' mother
b. motivation for him to complete his task
c. primarily interested in the founding of Rome
d. causing him to fall in love with Dido
e. all of the above



10. The Goddess Thetis functions in the narrative of the Aeneid as... a. the mother of Aeneas
b. the mother of Turnus
c. the motivation of the Trojan War
d. all of the above
e. none of the above



11. The Goddess Juno functions in the narrative of the Aeneid as... a. encourage Dido to neglect of Carthage
b. backing and then destroying Turnus
c. involving everyone in her conflict with the God Zeus
d. lighting the firebrand of war
e. all of the above



12. The Goddess Juturna functions in the narrative of the Aeneid as... a. the protector of Aeneas against her sister, the Goddess Hera
b. the force that compels Helen to fall in love with Paris
c. the finger of the Fates as they for etell the outcome of the Aeneid
d. all of the above
e. none of the above



13. Dido was NOT a. the ruler of Carthage
b. in love with Aeneas
c. trying to imprison Aeneas
d. trying to keep Aeneas
e. move to Rome

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